Amber Stubbs is an Associate Professor of Computer Science and the Director of the the Division of Mathematics, Computing, and Statistics at Simmons University in Boston, MA. Her research is primarily in Natural Language Processing, with a focus on annotation and corpus building.
Amber received her Ph.D. in Computer Science from Brandeis University. She also co-authored the book Natural Language Annotation for Machine Learning with James Pustejovsky.
Amber is also a co-PI on the Verb Phrase Ellipsis Corpus, working with Lotus Goldberg of Brandeis University. This project is in the first stage of corpus selection and annotation.
Recently she co-organized the 2018 n2c2 Natural Language Processing shared task on clinical data. This shared task featured two tracks:
January 21, 2021
New title and new project! And other updates.
June 19, 2019
Updating publications, teaching, etc.
August 6, 2015
New website! Still tweaking the design, but the content is updated.
I had to take down the blog I hosted here because I couldn't keep up with the security updates, but I now have a new blog at Simmons: http://slis.simmons.edu/blogs/slang/. This blog has the posts that I'd originally put up here, so please check it out!